The Grass Block is one of the many blocks in Minecraft that players can use for beautifying their base, or for other purposes like feeding it to sheep, for spawning passive mobs, etc.

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Obtaining the grass block in Minecraft is a little peculiar. Players need a certain enchanted set of tools to get the Grass Blocks. In this article, we will talk about how exactly you can get a Grass Block in Minecraft.

How to Get a Grass Block

The Grass Block is found abundantly out in the open world. Players can gather it using tools enchanted with the Silk Touch enchantment. So, to get a grass block, your first objective should be to craft an Axe, Shovel, or Pickaxe and then enchant it with Silk Touch.

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Once that is done, look for Grass Blocks. You can easily find them in the Overworld biomes. Now if you are new and don’t know which biomes come under the Overworld layer/dimension then here is a complete list for you.

  • Jungle Biome
  • Plains Biome
  • Taiga Biome
  • Forest Biome
  • Savanna Biome
  • Mountains Biome
  • Desert Biome
  • Mesa Biome
  • Swampland Biome
  • Ocean Biome

How to Get the Silk Touch Enchantment

The Silk Touch is a unique enchantment that is much needed for farming different materials and blocks in Minecraft. You can get the silk touch enchantment via trading them from the Librarian Villager NPCs.

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After you have managed to enchant your tool with the Silk Touch enchantment. Mine the grass block and pick them up for later use.

That’s all you need to know about how to get Grass Blocks in Minecraft. While you are here, check out our other Minecraft guides.

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